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Dear Group,

Students are researching aspects of the Colonial period. We are trying to 
convert 5,000 pounds Sterling in 1773, for example, to a value in US $ 
today. The Inflation converters I have found work well, but only in 
dollars. Does anyone know of a way to convert pre-revolutionary Pounds 
Sterling to a present US $ value?

As usual, TIA,

Best regards,

Martin Swist
Middle  School  LMS
The American School In Japan (ASIJ)
1-1-1 Nomizu, Chofu-shi, Tokyo, 182 Japan
Telephone: 81 422 34 5300, extensions 295 & 296
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